I’m sure many of you have thought I’ve either disappeared or fallen off the face of this ‘ole earth, but needless to say, I’m still here. Yep, it’s been a month or so since I’ve shared but these past few weeks have been super busy. Then there’s trying to work with this new “word press” system – ugh, not a familiar critter to work with. In fact I just realized a post that I’d written a couple of weeks ago about “quilting on black”, for some strange reason, did not publish to the web. So, will review and try to post it again.
To add to the mix, spring came along and anyone who gardens, whether it be flowers or veggies, knows that when spring comes, all other inside activities stop and it’s time to work outside. Yes, I do love spring time and all the beautiful flowers, but around our house, the arrival of spring brings long days outside. While I still have much to do, at least the garden is in and some of the flower beds are cleared of winter debris. Considering our temps have already been in the mid 80’s, which is at least 10-15 degrees warmer than the norm, we know hot summer temps are soon to follow…. so gardens must be in early.
In between the outside chores, I’ve managed to finish a quilt and take a couple of classes. One class, which I’m anxious to share, was making a “Lemoyne Star”; beautiful and yet oh so easy! Then there’s a child’s backpack that I’ve designed and written an easy to follow pattern. Yes, there’s a lot going on in the studio, so stay tuned my friends…be back shortly.